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A solution used to test the presence of carbohydrates

A solution used to test the presence of carbohydrates

Grade:7

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Arun
25763 Points
3 years ago
Benedict's solution is used to test for simple carbohydrates. Benedict'ssolution is a blue colored liquid that contains copper ions. When Benedict'ssolution and simple carbohydrates are heated, the solution changes to orange red/ brick red.
Scholr Boy
87 Points
3 years ago
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A chemical test for starch is to add iodine solution (red) and see if it turns blue/black in colour. It is possible to distinguish starch from other carbohydrates using this iodine solution test. For example, if iodine is added to an peeled potato then it will turn black.

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